Kimberly Greene Ed.D.
Kimberly Greene, Ed.D.
Associate Professor Dr. Kimberly Greene teaches online for Brandman University’s School of Education. She served as an instructional designer throughout Brandman’s transition to blended learning and then as the founding director for the Center for Instructional Innovation (CII). Her Ed.D. in Educational Technology from Pepperdine University put her at the forefront of the international movement to integrate technology into the educational process in a meaningful fashion, something she continues to research, teach, write about, and present at conferences around the world. Along with her work as a pre k-12 classroom and studio teacher, Dr. Greene’s professional history includes serving as the director of education for Michael Milken’s Knowledge Kids Network as well as a consultant on educational media issues for such companies as LeapFrog Toys and Honda of America. In 2004, she consulted with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to create a talking book The Afghan Family Health Book that teaches basic survival skills to Afghani women. Dr. Greene also writes for the non-academic audience; her internationally successful young adult Pop Star series has been translated into several languages and is available for young readers all around the globe. In 2013, Dr. Greene was honored with Pepperdine University’s Graduate School of Education and Psychology’s Distinguished Alumnae award.